Land Rover to complain about the controversial Landwind X7

Land Rover CEO Dr Ralf Speth has reported the British producer will whine to Chinese authorities about the Range Rover Evoque clone Landwind X7.

Autocar reports Speth considers the dubious Chinese vehicle to be Intellectual Property burglary in regards to the extravagance Land Rover SUV. The Landwind X7 that appeared at the Guangzhou Auto Show is just a bold duplicate of the Evoque and it will go marked down in the nation from March 2015.

"The way that this sort of replicating is progressing in China is extremely frustrating," Speth remarked. "The straightforward key is that it is not something that ought to happen; the Intellectual Property is claimed by Jaguar Land Rover and on the off chance that you break that IP then you are in rupture of global regulations that apply far and wide."

He likewise went ahead to say "I will converse with our authorities and I will converse with our accomplices at Chery to discover a path around this circumstance. I can't envision Chinese authorities will be glad at any activities that undermine the validity of the nation.


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